WordCamp India is On!

February 21st, 2009
Business of Blogging, General, wordcamp

WordCamp India is On!. The list of speakers is quite impressive and includes both Matt and Om for various talks including Matt’s famous “State of the Word“. It looks to be a fun and information filled event with quite interesting fare such as SEO, IP rights and other both techie and non-techie topics. As luck would have it, I am going to be traveling though Dubai and India next weekend (days late, dollars short) and will not be able to attend.

From the list of sponsors, the list of attendees and the list of speakers, the enthusiasm for blogging and WordPress in India is not lost on me. If you have not checked out the Delhi Bloggers Group or one of the many other blogging groups and partnerships mentioned and you are an Indian blogger, you might be missing out. I am hopeful that the turnout will be fantastic and I hope to see some of the presentations on

I am jealous that Matt and Om were able to visit the Taj Mahal because it appears that parts of the Taj might be restricted to visitors. Om has an interesting take on the Taj and Apple Computers and Matt has some nice pictures posted.




  1. Joey Logano (2 comments.) says:

    This is the first time for me to hear of a conference at India for wordpress, it should be pretty good event, and a great place to have it too :)

  2. Jhangora (1 comments.) says:

    I attended the event and learnt a lot. I am not a WordPress user but was impressed by Matt’s commitment to Open Source.

  3. JustMe says:

    “…traveling though Dubai and India next weekend…”

    ‘Traveling’? You mean ‘travelling’? And ‘though’? You mean ‘through’? Why would anyone subscribe to a feed with such poor spelling?!

    The internet really needs to have some form of quality control to prevent poor quality sites from being published or indexed by search engines. Ridiculous design, poor spelling and lack of grammar should be taken into consideration as a shop, neighbour or building wouldn’t be acceptable painted in pink with a mispelt sign.

    Pathetic! Take a little more time for spell check… A little quality control!

    • Mark Ghosh (386 comments.) says:

      Wow, you caught me. Sorry for the mistakes and thank you for bringing such grave errors to our attention. I do hope our readers will forgive us and will continue to subscribe.

      Oh, and thank you for leaving us your real name and email address as a gesture of your solidarity, conviction and confidence. An empty, nitpicking criticism looks like such an idle jealous threat when it is not followed through with conviction and confidence of beliefs such as yours.

  4. p0wnc3D (1 comments.) says:

    ok thats cool …. but where???

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